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IP Multimedia Phone: Grandstream Debuts Cube IP Surveillance Camera
By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Managing Editor
Grandstream Networks, provider of IP multimedia phones and video surveillance solutions has extended its portfolio of IP network security camera solutions with the introduction of the GXV3615 Cube IP Camera.
The GXV3615 Cube IP Camera is an affordable, advanced security protection solution for indoor business and residential surveillance under low light conditions. The GXV3615 series is ONVIF-compliant and available in two models: the GXV3615 (integrated PoE) and GXV3615W (integrated 802.11b/g/n WiFi (News - Alert)).
Similar to other models in Grandstream’s surveillance portfolio, these new cameras are competitively priced, offer bi-directional SIP/VoIP calling capabilities with Grandstream’s entire IP voice and video products and integrate seamlessly with exiting SIP-based IP PBX’s (News - Alert) and Service Provider Networks.
“The GXV3615 cube IP camera delivers exceptional imaging required for high quality surveillance monitoring and identification,” said David Li (News - Alert), CEO of Grandstream. “We are pleased to offer this flexible and affordable solution that fits a variety of business and residential needs. The integrated Voice-over-IP capability of this camera will further enable innovative 2-way IP voice + video surveillance converged applications nearly out-of-the-box.”
The GXV3615 can be installed easily within minutes and features multi-rate, H.264 real-time video streaming. The IP Cube Camera includes a high quality CMOS sensor and lens to deliver sharp picture quality under low-light conditions, integrated microphone and speaker and motion detection. The surveillance camera also includes a built-in high performance streaming server to allow 10+ simultaneous viewers and large pre-/post-event recording buffer.
The GXV3615 allows users to stream all monitoring activities to a mobile or video phone, from anywhere in the world, using the camera’s 2-way audio and video streaming capability. It can also be managed with GSurf, Grandstream’s free video management software that controls up to 36 cameras at the same time.
“Grandstream’s new GXV3615 will add a new market segment to IP video surveillance, specifically into the residential and small to medium-sized companies,” Vanderlei Rigatieri CEO of WDC Networks said. “We expect a smooth integration of the new camera into Grandstream’s existing portfolio which WDC is rapidly deploying using professional VMS software solutions.”
The GXV3615 is available immediately for purchase now through Grandstream for $135. The GXV3615W will be available in January for $145.
Stefanie Mosca is a Web editor for TMCnet. Previously she worked as a freelance copy editor for Digital Surgeons LLC. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefanie Mosca